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occur to answer to sexual assault charges. >> good afternoon. impress ton philips. -- i am preston philips. thanks so much for joining us. the former fighter appeared in court this morning. we have the very latest. >> reporter: ramirez pleaded not guilty. he faces 12 u he was silent in the few minutes he appeared. the only words we heard him say were his name and date of birth. the video is a big contrast to the images that show the crime in progress. an unconscious 22 year old carried to a parking garage where police say ramirez sexual assaulted her. police say he then took her to his home where he assaulted her
according to police the former mma fighter dropped the victim off in tempe where she called police. a judge ordered him to remain in custody without bond initially. he will have initial pretrial conference december 28 and comprehensive pretrial conference on january 26. a family is thankful to be alive after a fire tore through their phoenix home. firefighters sent this brand new video of a 81 81st and osborn. six kids and three dogs were able to get out after an 18 year old heard smoke detecters. because of the teen fire crews were able to save 70% of the home. a man who escaped from cops in handcuffs and then lived on the run for two walks is talking with us about how he did it. he was taken to the hospital after a chase that ended with a crash. he says he didn't want to go back to prison so he slipped out of the handcuffs when
>> i don't want to make anybody seem foolish or anything, especially officers, very kind and seem to be very adept. but they were pretty loose. i mean, i could slip my hand in and out of it. >> that won't happen again. police arrested him last week after investigators say he carjacked another person. avalos said he never intended to harm anyone and is to take responsibility for what he did. president elect donald trump is meeting with his running mate and top advisers to discuss more high level positions. among candidates discussed for secretary of state is rudy giuliani, john bolten as well. giuliani is said to be the leading choice for america's top diplomat. the team is asking about having trump's family members with
and also expected to continue to run trump's businesses. >> they want to drain the swamp, relationship with the family and business would be open and above boards or the walls between the two would be very high if president trump wants to keep faith with promises he made and criticism he leveled during the campaign. >> the clock is ticking. president elect trump has 65 days to fill thousands of administration positions before taking the oath of office. if you are thanksgiving, you won't be alone. aaa says 1 million more americans will be flying and driving compared to last. aaa just released the travel forecast. >> reporter: this year aaa says 48.7 million americans will be traveling this thanksgiving season. a lot of them are going to be putting their suit cases in their car and hitting the roads. i know i am heading to my hometown. some people wonder why the
traveling this year? aaa says it has to do with improvements in the economy. 89% of travelers will be hitting the road. air travel is also on the rise with nearly 4 million people flying to grandma's house. many will head west. that means if you are traveling to west coast cities you will be sharing the roads and skies with plenty of people. keep that in mind. according to aaa here is the most popular las vegas, an easy drive from phoenix. number two, san francisco, a pretty easy flight. number 3 san diego. number 7 is anaheim california. the prices are the second cheapest in nearly a decade. obviously you want to be sure you have a full tank of gas, bring snacks for the kids and pack your patience because you are going to be dealing with a lot of travelers, whether in
>> your thanksgiving dinner should cost a little less. we'll tell you why. arizona farm bureau released the annual thanksgiving dinner survey. the average dinner for a family of 10 with all the trimmings will cost you about $46. that's down from $50 last year. but if you go organic, and my family has to, the price jumps to $95. at trader joe's you see 75 or 80. we have to have organic? >> why? >> the kids. they have to have organic. >> i was wondering if it was a medical thing. >> i am not dying. we are getting turkey for my soul. take a look at the super moon. how much cheese do you think that is? >> about 640 billion pounds. >> an awesome shot there. thank you for sharing this on our facebook page.
there are so many cool shots of the super moon, really, really cool. let's look outside, we have clear skies, lots of sunshine. it's going to be a warm one. we could break a record. doppler radar is showing clear skies throughout the valley from gilbert to avondale, cave creek to casa grand. that's the story statewide. as we look at temperatures around the valley, there, 80 scottsdale and fountain hill. 69 flagstaff, 66shiloh, 82 tucson. the rest of your day looks like this. downtown phoenix, we will take it to about 89 degrees. by 6:00 p.m. we'll dial it down to 80 and 74 ahead for 8:00 p.m. in the next forecast i will
could break and the major cooling like knock your socks off cooling that we will see this week, like a 20-degree drop. >> the one that makes everybody sick. >> hopefully not. >> thanks. construction workers could learn a lot from workers in japan. we showed you this one week ago. a five lane road in japan collapsed into a massive sink hole. this is how big it is, 90 feet wide, 100 feet long, 50 feet deep. it eventually from broken pipes. this is the same intersection today. you can hear clapping. they filled it with soil and managed to get the whole road way built. there is not a single sign that the road collapsed into a giant pit seven days ago. they're trying to figure out what triggered the collapse but they believe it is tied to subway construction. usually we hear about wildfiring in the west. right now it's the southern u.s. that's in flames, some even forced to wear masks
we have seen a lot of views of the super moon over the past days all over the internet and the sky. this one is no doubt. it's a time lapse of the moon rising over the bay bridge in oakland. the next one will be december 14. it's a bummer because it will spoil the view of the meteor shower. more than 70 wildfires are burning across eight southern states fueled by dry weather and drought conditions. the flames have already charred more than 1000 acres and forced evacuations. some people are forced to wear masks because the smoke is so
threatening 1700 buildings and dozens of counties are facing air quality dangers. president obama is in greece on the first stop as final overseas trip as president. part of his mission is to resure allies that president elect donald trump is fit to serve as commander in chief. at issue is whether america will keep commitments to defend europe. president elect trump assured president a standby nato. some worry the friendly outreach means vladimir putin will have free reign to do what he pleases and there are concern that some that believe some agreements may be in danger. >> time will now tell whether the prescriptions that are being offered, brexit or with respect to the u.s. election,
who have been fearful or angry or concerned. >> later this week, president obama will fly to germany to meet with leaders in berlin and then onto peru for asian economic summit. a former ohio attorney is sentenced to 12 years in prison for hypnotizing female clients. wait until you hear what happens. michael fine hypnotized women in his office and then sexual assaulted them -- sexually assaulted them while in a trans. one woman wore a hidden camera d he pleaded guilty to kidnapping and he will have to register as a sex offender for life. tasers have been used to save more than 100,000 lives but the devices aren't perfect. online there are videos of police officers have trouble with tasers. we investigate what can go wrong. >> nothing is infallible. the taser for it to function
steps, it's not going to work. >> we'll separate fact from fiction and show you when a taser should and should not be the first choice in a police confrontation. that's at 6:30 and 10:00 on cbs5 news. a pennsylvania family forced out of their home when a giant sink hole opened up in their yard. the family says a massive hole opened in minutes saturday night. tracy quick and her husband heard odd noises from backyard. as the noises got louder they woke up the children and got out as the house began to lean and the backyard gave way. >> it started cracking. the whole house sounded like it was -- it was horrible. >> officials believe there was mining done beneath the hole at some point and an unfilled mine path may have caved. the family is staying are relatives while engineers work
four points and new york stock change down and nasdaq is up about 54. dow threatening to snap a six session win streak. things have been looking good since the election and the last couple days. lyft is replacing the signature mustache with a dash board device called the amp. the mustache shaped light was on dash boards. this will help riders find the right crowded streets. riders will be told to look for a lyft with a specific color on the dash. motor trend named its car of the year, the chevy bolt. general motor's new all electric compact car is different from the current bolt which has a gas engine in addition to an electric motor. it has 282 miles of driving range on a full charge. prices start at $37,500 or
incentives. vinyl records are hot again. that's fueling a boom in turn table sales. kenneth craig has a look at how turn table companies are profiting during the vinyl revolution. >> this is my first design. >> reporter: matt runs vpi, a high end turn table business his father started in 1978. >> $4000. >> reporter: five years ago sagging sales had the family thinking about selling it off. today everything is turned around. >> how big of a jump have you seen in terms of last five years? >> drastic. i would say it is easily doubled if not more. >> reporter: vinyl is back and a spike in album sales over the past years has led to a turn table boom. digital age millennials like 25 year old alex reynolds are leading the revolution. >> when i first started getting into it it was the cool factor and no, sir tailing i can
projected to hit $194 million in 2016, up from 19 million, 11 years ago. he recently doubled staff to meet demand and major corporations are doing the same. panasonic is resurrecting the record player after taking it off of shelves in 2010. >> do you see a time when sales will plateau or the cool factor will go away and this will kind of fall back down again? >> i wo't it does but i don't think it will ever go away again like it did in the early '90s with digital. >> he is counting on people to keep spending vinyl for generations to come. kenneth craig, cbs news. we have breaking news just in. our last election race that was hanging in the balance in arizona is over. helen per sell conceded in the race for county recorder.
recorder. per sell served for the last 30 years. stay with us on air and online. we'll be covering this throughout the evening. >> that was a tight race. >> it was. they took forever to count the ballots. >> that's why you take your time to do it. >> yes. we showed you the super moon. >> it was fun. >> people had more fun with it. check this out. >> looks like a peanut butter >> gross. >> people started throwing tortillas against their window in vegas. if you blink your eye, it looks like a moon. >> that's pretty good. >> very funny. some people were doing that on twitter. that's the other type of super moon. if you weren't able to see it, slap a tortilla on the window. clear skies throughout arizona. today is warm. tomorrow is a transition day. the big time changes are thursday. there is a system in the pacific.
of alaska. that's going to be our storm maker. i shouldn't call it a storm because it will not bring rain but it will drastically change temperatures. we are under high pressure. that pushes east as we get going into the next couple days. sunny and warm today. wednesday we have more cloud cover ahead of the system. then temperatures dial down a little bit about five degrees. here is our storm system. it drives a potent cold front across the area into thursday. thursday is when we see we are going to see very cool temperatures, only about 70 for thursday. 89 today, 85 wednesday, and then 70 thursday. that will be the coolest air we have seen so far this season. the wind will start to pick up wednesday in the high country. we'll see gusts up to 35, maybe 45 miles per hour. here is wednesday at 5:00 p.m. as we get going into thursday we'll see more wind throughout the state favoring mainly the
blowing dust by yuma. keep that in mind at thursday at 12:00. we could see 30 or 40-mile per hour wind. not bad in the valley but you will notice the wind. 89 is the high today and then we have the big changes thursday. your weekend looks great. we will go from 70 thursday. friday morning when you are stepping out, we will call that cold because we will be in the upper 40s. flagstaff will likely be in the teens. we dial it up to about 79 with sunshine for your weekend. >>h. way. you can finally wear your jacket that you wore a month ago. >> they're all hanging just in case. >> tags are on them still. >> thanks. it's not your father's taco bell. really it's not for your kids either. taco bell meets the las vegas strip, coming up next. >> here is a look at this
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concepts in chicago, san francisco, austin, texas. mcdonalds is making it easier for fans of the beloved mcrib sandwich. they're launching a mcrib finder app for desperate people looking for it. it let's users know where nearby restaurants are serving it and they can share it with friends. i know where the mcrib is. 'til to come, a final look at your weather with ian. it's going we'll have big changes on tap. first here ? at village inn, a good meal is about more than just how it tastes. it's about how it makes you feel.
that was ian. you will see him in a second. first, a live shot, it is beautiful outside and very warm. look how calm. >> that change late wednesday into thursday. look at the temperature change. 89 today and down to 70 thursday. people not as smartou shocked when they get up on thursday. >> you come back and bring the temperatures down 19 degrees. >> you are in the know. thanks for joining us. join us back here tonight at news at 5:00. join is there a bye cot of
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? >> brooke: ridge. what are you doing? >> ridge: i came to see if i could tempt you. [ insects chirping ] >> rick: you sure i can't get you anything, aunt katie? >> katie: no, no, i just wanted to swing by and congratulate you on the fashion show. >> rick: yeah. um, everybody kind of ducked out early after it was over. >> katie: well, i can imagine. it must be very stressful. >> rick: it was. it was, uh, it was stressful, and it was a little crazy, too. >> katie: well, it looked like a huge success. i was watching it with your father. >> rick: oh, yeah, no, the